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  • A Look Back – Hastings Family of Charities Golf Tournament

    It’s been a whole year since last fall’s Hastings Family of Charities Golf Tournament, when Hastings’ co-workers, family and friends came together for a perfect day at Elmcrest Country Club in East Longmeadow, MA!

  • Bringing Legacy Buildings Back to Life

    High Profile: Aug 8, 2018

  • J. Keenan Burns Named President of A.W. Hastings; Dusty Hoyt Retiring After 45 Years of Service Read more...
  • ABX 2017
    Witness the Ultimate Expression of Today’s Design Trends in Marvin Windows and Doors’ Booth #1277 at ABX

    What connects the design concepts found in tiny houses, modern farmhouses and the Danish concept of hygge? Visitors to ABX 2017 at the Boston Convention and Events Center will find the answer on November 8-10th at Booth #1277.  “We always strive to illustrate how Marvin Windows and Doors create a mood, a look and a lifestyle for today’s homeowners,” explains Keenan Burns, COO of A.W. Hastings Company, the innovative Marvin distributor for New England and Eastern New York. “We see a huge surge in the architectural community embracing personalized windows and doors as key design elements capable of transforming both

  • Inphantry Magic
    7 Tide Masterminds: INPHANTRY

    It takes a tremendous number of creative minds to come up with a concept like 7 Tide. In our 7 Tide Masterminds posts, we bring you an insider’s view from those responsible for the inspiring and innovative spaces inside the walls at 7 Tide Street in Boston Seaport. Experience economy. Out-of-the-box thinking. Leverage unique technology. Change an industry. These were all part of the vision and impetus for A.W. Hastings & Co., longtime distributor of Marvin Window and Door products in New England and eastern New York, to open the country’s first Marvin Experience Center at 7 Tide in Boston

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    7 Tide Trend Alert: Black is the New White

    New Englanders have long turned to white painted wood as their go-to finish to frame windows and doors. In James L. Garvin’s book A Building History of Northern New England, he reports that photographic evidence from the 1840s onward shows that white has long been the color of choice for trim surrounding windows and doors on the region’s homes.